Dealing with a dysfunctional family [spacer size=”20″] Begin dealing with a dysfunctional family by accepting the family dysfunction. Family dysfunction takes on a life of its own. In order for the dysfunctional family to continue its unhealthy behavior, people in the family remain in denial of the dysfunction. They make excuses for abuse and enable…

Are you ready for financial success? [spacer size=”20″] Often, people just can’t see a way out of their financial situation. Feelings of being trapped and frustrated are common. Internal dialog often includes, “What’s the matter with me? Why can’t I get my financial act together when so many other people can?” Let me assure you…

Cocaine Anonymous [spacer size=”20″] Cocaine Anonymous, or CA, is a twelve-step program to help people suffering from an addiction to cocaine. As of 1996, its membership is estimated at 30,000. Cocaine Anonymous (CA> describes itself as “a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may…

Workaholic? [spacer size=”20″] Workaholic? Consider about your personal and family life before it happens. Your personal life, your family life, and your spiritual life could begin to suffer. The whole reason you started your business was to achieve financial freedom. But soon you’ll find yourself, like I did, working all the time. Perhaps you will…

Business addiction [spacer size=”20″] Business addiction experienced in my story. One of the managers, who was almost half my age, was kind enough to show me how to use it along with direction from the chief engineer. In no time I was beginning to build up my thumb muscles. It’s no surprise that I learned…

Cocaine addiction [spacer size=”20″] Cocaine addiction and alcoholism are both serious conditions that destroy families and lives. Overcoming them begins with acknowledging the scope of the problem and resolving to seek help. From there, the treatment options depend on the particular needs of the patient. Detox Before other treatments can begin, the patient needs to…

Sexual Compulsives Anonymous [spacer size=”20″] Sexual Compulsives Anonymous (SCA) is a twelve-step program for recovery from sexual compulsion. Sexual Compulsives Anonymous was founded on June 22, 1982 in New York City to address particular issues of sexual compulsion among gay and bisexual men. Today, the program is LGBT friendly, open to all sexual orientations and…